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router is suddenly slow

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#1 Mikeperhaps


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Posted 04 February 2009 - 05:03 AM

I have a D-Link DIR-615 that has been working fine until about last night, when it slowed down; downloads that usually range around 600KB/s are reduced to 18KB/s. I hard-wired to the thing and no luck, same situation. When we first got the D-link a few months ago, because my roommate has a Mac, he couldn't use the D-Link, so we bought a 2-wire wireless G access point and hard-wired it to the D-Link. Its download speed is around 130-150KB/s. What's weird is that when I connected to the 2-wire access point, there's no problem, the speed is normal despite the D-Link going retarded. How do I fix the D-link?

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